University of Utah Health's Department of Orthopaedics is committed to ending pain associated with joint degeneration, musculoskeletal trauma, cancer tumors, and sports injuries. Our physicians treat those who experience joint degeneration in the hand, hip, ankle, shoulder, wrist, elbow, spine, and foot.

We seek to help people walk again, reestablish the use of severed limbs, return athletes to their sports, straighten the spines of young children with scoliosis, and save the lives of those who suffer from soft tissue and bone cancers and related conditions. Our dedication to constant improvement will continue to bring hope to those who suffer from musculoskeletal diseases.

As a not-for-profit institution, we rely upon the generosity of individual donors, foundations and corporations to provide the finest medical care for patients and pursue important breakthroughs in musculoskeletal research. In order to keep equipment and programs at a standard of excellence, we need to off-set these costs through philanthropic support.

Your generous gift will help us continue to lead the way in diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and healing of those who are suffering. With your partnership, our family of caregivers can continue its commitments to children, parents, seniors, health care students, and communities.